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journalists. >> he shot this video in the first city taken by the rebels. >> i was responding. i was about 20 inches from the tank. >> in our studio, rudy uses -- explains the technical tricks he has used to protect video on his computer from the prying eyes of eckpnts. he has been to jail three times. he was also tortured and feared for his life. >> maybe i'm the next one who will die in the shelling. but because we try to just let everyone in the world see what the rajiv -- what the regime is doing. we are ready to sacrifice ourselves to the world. >> these are all students who became a citizen journalists before fleeing syria. in paris, they found support from like mines -- mines -- minds. mahomet came to paris 12 years ago. he has been helping syrian refugees since the conflict broke out, providingdocumentati, and consolation. >> when they arrive, they emerged from jail and from being tortured. plus, they no longer have a purpose,ike organizg an filming the resistance to assad. we try to take them in. >> among the compatriots' he has been looking after is actress and activist fadwa suliem
of a 3 million budget gap. the city handed out 38 pink slips. stockton was the first city to declare bankruptcy and the largest city in the nation to do so. listen up before you do your next load of laundry. ge is recalling front load washing machines because the basket could separate and cause injuries. the model affected were sold in gold, red and white colors from july 2008, to august 2011. heather? >> thank you so much. 24 minutes after the hour now. more and more americans are voting without going to the polls. but the trend is causing concern about voters fraud. eric shawn has more. >> absentee ballots and mailing in your vote are a way for your voice to be heard. 90 million voters in the election 14 million and 50 percent of the electorate used absentee ballots. new jersey expects 40,000 absentee ballots and joe hogan the county clerk said there is a rigorous official that requires officials to insure the integrity of absentee ballots. our people get the information and verification and the ballot is sent out in a complete packet with instructions . that ballot is returned to
implications for living in cities. >> first, let's have a look at some of the other stories making news. germany says it is prepared to send soldiers to molly as part -- to mali. chancellor angela merkel announced that germany was prepared to offer the army logistical backup and training in its fight against militants. the eu will present a plan for the mission next month. >> israeli forces had killed two palestinian militant and wounded three in air strikes on gaza. israel carried out the strikes after militants attacked israeli troops as they entered northern gaza. >> former cuban leader fidel castro has published photos to quell rumors that he is near death. accused enemies of cuba of starting those -- he has accused enemies of cuba of starting those rumors. >> germany's government is considering whether to introduce mandatory quotas for women in higher-management positions in businesses. >> this minister has been addressing the issue of men at home. >> just being home with the weekend is not enough for many dads in germany -- home for the weekend is not enough for many dads in germa
, or this law that was actually passed by the city of simi valley. first of all, a sign they have to post on their door, just says this, doesn't say i'm a sex offender, it says no candy or treats at this residence. they have to leave all exterior decorative and ornamental lighting off, 5:00 p.m. to midnight and, refrain from decorating their front yard and house exterior and don't answer the door to children trick-or-treating. >> essentially they are saying, you cannot try to lure these children. we know this is what you do. and we know you want children and know to -- sex with it i should say and you will not change your behavior and here, at the end of the day, when the united states supreme court, if they were to look at this, they will absolutely shoot it down. why? because they have decided that a sexual predator can be imprisoned although they don't call it that for even longer than a criminal sentence, because they are a danger to the community. it is absurd. >> heather: there are 119 registered sex offenders in simi valley and is there is this megan's law web site, where the worst
of new york, the city's youngest mayor and the first mayor of color and at the age of 24, just last january, he was sworn in after winning a sweeping a town -- 18 out of 18 districts and winning a four-way mayoral race. before being appointed he was on the city -- the common counsel representing this witty woody's 4th ward. he is a graduate of cornell university where he majored in communications and he was quite active while he was there tutoring underserved students at ithaca and serving as a board member of the racing education attainment challenge organization. immediately to my right is alex morse who is the mayor of holyoke massachusetts. he is also the city's youngest mayor. and he is the second youngest mayor in state history. is that correct? yeah, so he graduated from brown university with a degree in urban studies and during his time at brown he worked as a youth career counselor. he was also on the governors lgbt commission and the main focus of his administration at the moment are early childhood literacy, building an economy focused around art, innovation and technolog
., the first signs of the approaching storm can also be felt. authorities have closed the city's beach. >> this is a big one. it is supposed to be huge. everybody is supposed to evacuate from 17th street down. >> this is almost a ghost town. the residents have either left or barricaded themselves inside their homes. only a couple of daring beachgoers remain. >> [no audio] >> further north, in new york, preparations have been underway for days. people in low-lying areas are bracing themselves for flooding. at this long beach hospital, several buildings are being evacuated. almost 400,000 people have been forced to leave their homes. the mass transit has been shut down. >> i think it is ridiculous. new york city is a melting pot of people going to work and trying to make a living and we cannot even get around. i did not even know what i'm doing. >> president obama has canceled campaign stops. he urged residents to take all precautions. >> my first message is to all the people across the eastern seaboard, the mid-atlantic, going north, that you need to take this very seriously and follow
says ambassador stevens was eager to connect with libyans 600 miles away in benghazi, one of the first cities to declare itself free from gadhafi's rule, but it was still a dangerous place. >> i do know there was an al qaeda demonstration in benghazi in june. they had a parade down the street. they raised their flag on one of the county buildings there. >> reporter: isn't that sort of a red flag for the security situation, that you have al qaeda supporters rallying in the streets of benghazi in june of 2012? >> yes, that was another indicator to watch, to be aware of, and to try and compensate for as well. >> reporter: wood says ambassador stevens and his staff repeatedly asked for more security, but instead got less. when stevens visited benghazi on september 11, wood's group and three security teams had all been sent home. so your team pulls out of libya and a month later, you get this terrible news. what had happened in benghazi? >> i had heard about it in the evening that there had been an attack on the compound and i heard there was a fatality. >> reporter: your friend. >> yes. i
development, the first puerto rican later. we are the first puerto rican city solicitor to speak the language of the people who live in the city. but again, you have to be able to build coalitions. i think that often goes hand-in-hand with transparency. yet the conversation commission, you know, folks, same people have been in this commissions for 20, 30 years. we need to get new people on this commission and often time the charm or come up and they would be reappointed in for the first time in a long time, we would send out a press release. we are looking for new applications and not to my surprise, but other people surprise we get applications for people want to be in our conversation. on the local level, volunteers have a lot of power to make decisions about projects. you have to go through the conservation committee, and those numbers don't get paid anything, but they want to get back to the city. it's not fair to your neighbor who's been wanting to be involved in municipal government in some ways. said to be more transparent, we also couple months ago because he is such a high population
. these are the first direct elections for hebron's city council since 1996. >> sun says the vote is an opportunity to inject new life into the council and offer an alternative to the fatah party. she says it is time to end the stagnation. >> the people want this election. we have not had local elections for 36 years. will we have to wait that long again before hamas and fatah finally resolve their differences? >> even just one or two seats would be a huge success, she says. official results are due out early next week. >> what comes to mind when i mention a vw bus from the 1970's? >> flower power, for example? a group of servers heading off to the beach? >> do not find many of these on the streets anymore, not in germany at least, but in egypt, it is a different story. >> microbuses are a common sight on egypt's roads. they may be loud and clog up the streets, but for the millions of people who use them to get around every day, they are essential. in the city of weisel near cairo, they are everywhere. many of their owners swear by them, preferring them to other forms of transport. >> i have driven
trenton, newark and jersey city? >> moderator: senator menendez, europe first. menendez: i'm proud of the areas we work in our state. the reality is that transit villages, the new transportation bill. i'm glad to see that with my leadership on mass transit, new jersey will receive, an additional $70 million more. that legislation is looking at saving and/or creating about 52,000 jobs. a lot of those transit villages and opportunities are right in urban areas, using advantage of our infrastructure. livable communities. my legislation in that regard but hope communities that are not only urban, but the more suburban, but nonetheless very close to urban areas would create greater development opportunity as well. and so, we are going to continue to work with these communities so that in fact they can realize the future of their citizens. >> moderator: senator kyrillos. kyrillos: as i go around the cities of new jersey, i am so sad to see the poverty, to see the unemployment, to see that things haven't gotten better, that our national economy is such that it's even worse in the cities o
expect from a guy who is running for city council for the first time. that's not what you expect from a president. >>> that was charles krauthammer's opinion. who benefited the most from last night's debate? let's ask. thank you both for joining us. the latest cnn poll says 48 percent say obama won, 40 percent romney. what do you think? >> it is no question president obama came out on top last night. i think what he did very effectively was make mitt romney an unacceptable alternative. mitt romney came out last night and basically doubled down on agreeing with the president after two years of running as a severely conservative candidate. mitt romney agreed with the president on so many different things. foreign policy is so critically important we are putting troops in harm's way. we need a candidate who is sere serious about the issues and consistent. >> moderate mitt that is pretty good. mitt romney had to do three things last night. he had to prove he could pass the commander-in-chief test. he did. he had to prove he was well versed on foreign policy and had to approve he was not a
in the region. they're patrolling the city's main roads for the first time. kismayo was al shabaab's largest strong hold and one of the largest sources of funding. at least eight people have been killed and 40 injured after a ferry sarning off the coast of hong kong. around 120 were onboard when at the collided with a tug boat near lamma island. they were going to view a fire work display to mark china's national day. iran's currentsy has fallen to a record low against the dollar. at one point on monday they lost 18% of its value. analysts say there's growing evidence that international sanctions over tehran's nuclear program are damaging the economy. now to the presidential race here in the u.s. and both mitt romney and barack obama are busy swatting up and rehearsing for the first television debate this wednesday. polls show the republican candidate is trailing president obama in the crucial swing states. one of them is of course ohio where early voting gets under way tomorrow. from there our north america editor reports. >> ♪ the boys are back in town ♪ >> the boys are indeed back in
changes everything. this is "studio b." first from fox at 3:00 in new york city, the race for the white house is closer than ever as the candidates prepare for the second debate. president obama expected to come out swinging according to those involved after a performance in the first day he admits was not his best. the polls tightened and governor romney raising in the national level in the league. the governor is expected to hit on the administration's muddled response to libya, the attack that kills the ambassador and others. romney supporters say this represents a major foreign policy fair and democrats accuse republicans of exploiting the tragedy. ed henry is live in williamsburg, virginia. the white house still taking heat from republicans over the attack in benghazi. >>reporter: that is right. it is relevant tomorrow because this is the first time the president will be in a debate where foreign policy is on the table, both domestic and foreign policy will be at issue in this townhall-style format. the first denver was about the economy and domestic issues. when vice president bid
picture of new york city from the top of our building looking south. now we're looking east. first south then east. bill karins with a look at the first. >> today's a sad day. last day for our jean shorts and tank tops. >> i never say that. >> you keep them out all year? >> indian summer is a great time for jean shorts. >> yes, they are. good morning, everyone. if you're on the east coast, a little taste of summer today. this will be about it. temperatures will come crashing down over the weekend. it's going to be 80 degrees in many areas, even up into new england, which is rare for this time of year. middle of the country has cooled down. a few showers today in illinois. by the time we get to sunday, the cool air in the middle of the country just sweeps to the eastern seaboard. unfortunately a little storm will develop in the mid-atlantic. we expect a rainy, cool day from southern new england down through the mid-atlantic region along the coast. in other words, if you have weekend plans, try to get them outdoors on saturday. sunday may not be the nicest from areas from washington, d.c.
francisco plays host to the tour for the first time with the nation watching as the city's civic center plaza transformed into a collection of street and dirt courses for a four-day series of competition, a festival atmosphere. >> we're looking for a venue that embodies the city feel. we couldn't be happier. we're in front of city hall civic center plaza with the course down the middle. a bmx dirt course and what we wanted, to have this fit in the city and have a great urban feel. >> that is the v.p. of events. the setting couldn't be much better. >> it's definitely insane. you don't see anything dew tour and it's like city block, city block. you turn the corner and there is a massive dirt course in the park. it's rad to see. just getting this in a major city and action sports getting this is awesome. >> getting up close and personal with the fans is another fee. it's free to the public. drew and others will sign autographs at the dew tour experience. it's not just sports. there is other action. friday night the indy band portugal the man will be performing here. portugal the man, where
made of america's 10 sharpest cities. education level, eating, and habits considered. san francisco came in first. reader's digest found seven in residents with at least a l below thedegree fal average. fremont california was in third place. traffic on the dulles access will come to a stop for two minute stretches between 9:00 t trucks 2:00 p.m. sal more sections of the e for the metrog station. be similar traffic friday. if you want to get away and stay by, check out the cox farms forat free. its this week to give away. can win four tickets to the fields ofnd four at fear tickets. winner eachunce a the 6:00week during a.m. hour of good morning washington. it is 67 degrees. >> the redskins show their for a controversial measure appearing on the nove i don't spend money ongasoline. i am probably going to the gas station abt once a month. last time i was at a g station was about...i would say... two months ago. i very rarely put gas in my chevy volt. i go to the gas station such a small amount that i forget how to put gas in my car. [ male annnnouncer ] and it's not just these owners
. we'll have that clip a little later in the show. >>> first, let's get to the news live at 5:30 a.m. here at 30 rock in new york city. we begin on the trail. another day of campaigning today in the three battleground states. this morning, both candidates begin the day with stops in virginia. from there it'sn n tn t on to the president while mitt romney heads to florida. this morning's jobs report will set the tone. we'll have them live for you on "morning joe." it's the second to last jobs report before the november election. economists expecting about 113,000 jobs added. the unemployment rate to hover around the current 8.1%. after wednesday night's debate, which drew more than 70 million viewers, large crowds awaited both candidates on the trail. president obama greeted by 30,000 in madison, wisconsin, came out ready to fight back and showed the fire he was lacking in denver. >> when i got on the stage, i met this very spirited fellow who claimed to be mitt romney. but i know it couldn't have been mitt romney because the real mitt romney's been running around the country for th
that is the kind of attack you expect from a guy running for city council for the first time, not what you expect from the president. personal attack about an investment when talking about iran? i thought romney had the day. he looked presidential. president did not. that is the impression i think that is going to be left. >> mitt romney sounded more on the right and how will that play? >> well, i think those on the right left would have loved to have been belacose in the but will understand why romney did it. he stayed away from pit falls. he did not allow himself to be painted as a war amonger. it's what reagan understood in 1980 and did well. >> charms kraut hammer, thank you. >> he mentioned sequester, massive cuts to the dpeens department, the pentagon coming up on january 2. the president said tonight the sequester will not happen. that was a key moment. will now, white house campaign is back and saying in the spin room just behind you, pressed on this, he said repeatedly everyone in washington agrees that sequester quote should not happen. and asked again and said it should not happen. wil
stock their first two-day closure ine- over a century. emergency generators provided the power. most of lower manhattan is still in the dark. an unusual event in the city that never sleeps. >> you look uptown, and you see lights. you look downtown and it is completely black. i was driving with a partner of mine, and i said that i do not think we will ever see something like this again. >> it is scary seeing new york like this, but i am happy to be alive. >> a little confusion, but it is still not so bad. you can get around and maneuver a little bit, and that is it. >> sandy also took out the subway line, which carries 1/3 of new york's workforce each day. flooded tunnels and miles of tracks will need to be cleared, but it was a new jersey shoreline that took the brunt of the super storm's wrath -- houses, boats, and boardwalks along the ocean have been destroyed. the storm is now largely dissipated over the great lakes. it is still dumping heavy snow and rain from north carolina to west virginia, creating hazardous road conditions for motorists. >> we are joined now by our washington
city, intention preparations underway with less than 72 hours before the first presidential debate. both campaigns ready for a high stakes night that could be pivotal. polls show the race is neck and neck but president obama has open up leads in self key swing states. one is colorado. that is where the first presidential debate is on wednesday night. both have been trying to lower expectations thinking if voters do not expect too much whatever you get could be impressive. president obama is at a disadvantage in the expectations game. there a new abc news-washington post poll showing the majority of voters think he will win the debate. only 29 percent expect romney will be on top. ed henry is in nevada this afternoon where the president is preparing for the debates. john roberts, first, though, with the other campaign. what is the romney camp up to? >>reporter: they are headed to denver with a big rally at wings over the rockies air and space museum. what we will see tonight is a shift in strategy. the governor's attempts at framing this as a referendum on president obama have not b
has been camped out in front of san jose city hall since sunday afternoon. it's the first overnight protest since the "occupy" movement was evicted last year. members say they will stay there until noon today. >>> president barack obama comes back to san francisco today for his final bay area appearance before next month's election. the president spending the night in southern california in l.a. after an appearance before a roomful of stars last night and he used their performances to make light of his own in last week's debate. here he is. >> they just perform flawlessly night after night, uhm, i can't always say the same. [ laughter ] >> the president was referring to singer's katy perry and jennifer hudson, who took the stage before him. >>> this morning president obama will visit the home of the farm labor leader cesar chavez being made a national monument. the president will arrive then at sfo around 1:40 in afternoon on air force one. he has a private fundraising dinner here in san francisco. then a public concert and rally at the bill graham civic auditorium. the president wi
's first amendment rights. the ads have been posted in new york city subway stations since last month. >>> five minutes after the hour, and the nationals playoff run off to a great start. they won the opening game of the national league division series, and the game's big hero started the game on the bench. >> and a line drive to right field. coming on in, it's a base hit. beltran throwing on in, but two runs score. and moving on the throw to the plate is tyler moore. >> tyler moore's pinch-hit in the eighth inning scored the tying and winning runs, and the nats beat the world series champion st. louis cardinals 3-2. moore admits he was a little nervous when he was at bat. >> i'm coming off the bench in front of 50,000 people, so it's crazy. i've been in that position before, and i was able to calm myself down and just kind of put the barrel on it. >> you did good. the nationals will look to take a commanding 2-0 lead in the series this afternoon in st. louis. first pitch scheduled for just after 4:30. >>> orioles fans not celebrating this morning. the o's fell to the yankees last nig
. >>> occupy protestors have returned to san jose city hall. they first set up an encampment in october but they left and now ten are back to observe the movements first anniversary. they say their protest is peaceful and meant to educate the public about their cause. we have more information about a story we first told you about yesterday here on mornings on 2. the woman killed in a crash on southbound 880 has been identified as 49-year-old palo alto resident charlotte sue seth faith. that is when police say her car was hit by a suspected drunk driver. she died at the scene. >>> daly city police are investigating the accident that killed one six-year-old girl and two others with life threatening injuries. officers aren't sure why a mini van plowed into a group of pedestrians at a st. andrews church yesterday morning. a six-year-old girl, her mother and another were taken to the hospital where the girl died. >> you know it could be somebody that we know's relative or something. i'm just shocked. >> prayers are with the family. sorry. >> both victims remain in the hospital. the driver of
the originals back in the 17th century. parisians will hear the new bells for the first time next march, the cathedral's 850th anniversary. >> zombies invaded the australian city of brace bane over the weekend. they terrified residents and brought traffic to a halt. but they say it was all for a good cause. the annual zombie walk supports medical research. >> we are raising money for the brain foundation. >> the concept for me is to be as gross and bloody and gory as possible because i want to be that disgusting zombie that everybody remembers. >> 15,000 zombies took part last year. they raised about $25,000. organizers say they think more walked this year and collected more money. some say they should try to get this year's zombie walk recognized as a guinness world record. >>> good weather continues until today. that is in tokyo, according to meteorologist robert speta. robert? >>> we are seeing sunny skies over much of japan, but we have this low-pressure area bringing heavy rain showers to the korean peninsula here, and now it's pushing off towards the east. first it will start to i
," it was commissioned in new york city. the destroyer is named for the first awarded the medal of honor during that war in afghanistan. murphy was killed trying to save fellow s.e.a.l.s during an ambush back in 2005. >>> and nearly two dozen people were injured when a bus overturned in new jersey saturday. the bus traveling from toronto, canada, to new york went off an exit ramp sliding down an embankment before stopping finally on its side. eight of the passengers were critically injured, but none of the injuries are considered life-threatening. police believe the bus driver was driving too fast. >>> and finally here's something any football fan, well, any bratwurst fan would want at their tailgate today. this is -- check this out -- the world's largest or rather longest bratwurst. a wisconsin supermarket set the record on saturday cooking and serving the 52-inch -- sorry, 52'2" sausage, even had a bun custom-made to fit it. the grocery store spent about $20,000 on the brat and organizing the event and shattered, by the way, the old record set by the bird hawk restaurant in chicago, the old record was
reported in syria's main cities, aleppo and damascus. let's go to neighboring lebanon. mohammed, first of all, you look at these pictures. i mean, we see the demolition is taking place. displacement. it really does remind you of what happened 30 years ago when you had syrian president bashar al assad's father brutally suppressing a revolt in that very same city. >> reporter: well, that's right, suzanne. that's what we've heard from residents in hama that are being affected by this. the massacre that happened here 30 years ago is still very much fresh in the minds of residents in hama, and they are concerned that what's happening now might be a precursor it a repeat of that. now, in 1982 you had syrian security forces at the orders of al assad, his father, putting done a revolt there. there were never any official numbers, but estimates ranging from between 3,000 to maybe 40,000 people, casualties, of that revolt that was put down by the government. now, you have this campaign. activists are saying it is system mattic displacement that the syrian regime is going in there. tanks have sti
from the first debate taking place at the university of denver. it is the same city that hosted the 2008 democratic convention. same state that president obama went on to win four years ago. it's going to be the first time that these two are going to share the same stage, and they're going to tackle domestic policy. that's going to happen for 90 minutes. of course, the stakes very high. especially for romney now. he is trailing in key states that could decide this election. cnn's candy crowley is saying that they're great expectations, even while both sides are trying to lower them. >> reporter: apparently romney supporter and republican governor chris christie didn't get the memo. >> wednesday night is the restart of this campaign, and i think you're going to see those numbers start to move right back in the other direction. >> reporter: note to governor christie. no, no, no, no. sop for predebate chatter is to lower expectations for your guy by raising expectations for the other die guy. like this. >> president obama is a very -- he is a very gifted speaker. the man has been o
? >> i think that, i think that, mayor emanuel has a lot of problems. first of all his city isn't going his way. and, neither is the country going obama's way. it will be a night where if the president tries to play cute, tries to get just a little more than clever by half, he is going to be in real trouble because there's nothing waiting for him at the end of the economic discussion but his record. so i don't know why in the world he would turn there. melissa: no. >> and the other part of this is, that --. melissa: i guess unless he feels so many pain over foreign policy. if benghazi gets really heated and wants to talk about anything else. >> the audience will not put up with that kind of nonsense. he pretty much put a stake down he will say almost anything in order to preserve his position at least on stage, if not in the oval office. we're not even hearing him about the discussion the fact he cut off business with canada, stopped the keystone pipeline. that is part of international diplomacy and foreign policy under this administration. we're not hearing anything about the 200 mexic
of attack you expect from a guy running for city council for the first time, not what you expect from the president. personal attack about an investment when talking about iran? i thought romney had the day. he looked presidential. president did not. that is the impression i think that is going to be left. >> mitt romney sounded more on the right and how will that play? >> well, i think those on the right left would have loved to have been belacose in the but will understand why romney did it. he stayed away from pit falls. he did not allow himself to be painted as a war amonger. it's what reagan understood in 1980 and did well. >> charms kraut hammer, thank you. >> he mentioned sequester, massive cuts to the dpeens department, the pentagon coming up on january 2. the president said tonight the sequester will not happen. that was a key moment. will now, white house campaign is back and saying in the spin room just behind you, pressed on this, he said repeatedly everyone in washington agrees that sequester quote should not happen. and asked again and said it should not happen. will not
to the study. doctor stephen kingsmore led the research team at children's mercy hospitals in kansas city. he's the director for the center for pediatric genomic medicine there. dr. kingsmore, welcome, and thank you for being with us. first of all,-- >> thank you very much. >> warner: how big a breakthrough is this? >> this is a big breakthrough. we've been working toward this goal for a coup of years now. there has been a big gap between the knowledge that we have of genetic diseases, about 35% of them, and the ability for doctors to identify which of these was a problem in any given child with an illness. >> warner: and up until now, how much have you been able to diagnose the d.n.a. abnormalities? how quickly? i mean, i said it can take weeks and weeks, but what's the process that's making it so slow now? >> well, typically, the way that this has been tested is for a doctor to pick the leading candidate gene or part of the d.n.a. code, and to look at just that. it's kind of like fishing with a single fishing line. it can take months. sometimes it takes five years to make a diagnosis. and d
are results of minimal rainfall and water storage prestrict s last winter was the driest year. >>> city of cupertino flying at half-staff today to mark the first anniversary of steve jobs' death. the apple founder died of cancer at the age of 56. jobs grew up and went to school in cupertino. the mayor says flying the city's blue flag at half-staff at the community center is a way to acknowledge jobs' profound local impact. >>> pg&e alerts residents if they smell the odor of gas it is part of a test. crews this time will be conducting natural gas venting work in an unincorporated area of san mateo county. right off 280 there along the freeway or right out the neighborhood you might smell it. >>> time for a look at forecast. >>> the marine layer is everywhere this morning, low clouds, fog, temperatures mild if you are away from sonoma county to the north around santa rosa chilly but otherwise, the numbers in narrow range upper 40s there, mid 50s elsewhere with a couple of 60s around out towards the delta overall, cool start by the afternoon, 11:00, 12:00, more clearing then mostly sunny i
. first from fox at 3:00 in new york city, the republican presidential nominee, mitt romney, stepping up his criticism of the president's leadership on foreign policy. there is a foreign policy debate at some point. in the speeches at the virginia military institute he accused the president of being passive and called for a change of course in the middle east. >> with iran closer than ever to nuclear weapons capability and the conflict in syria threat being to destabilize the region and violent extremists on the march and an american ambassador and three others dead at hands of al qaeda affiliates it is clear that risk of conflict in the region is higher now than when the president took office. >>shepard: aides defended the president's foreign policy record saying he ended the war in iraq, strengthened international alliances, and restored u.s. standing in the world and brought osama bin laden to justice. our coverage this afternoon, first, to ed henry on the campaign trail. governor romney says the campaign need as change in philosophy? >>reporter: he says hope is not a strategy working
. this is "studio b." >> first from fox at 3:00 in new york city, after the contentious showdown last night the presidential candidates are taking their message right back to the swing states. governor romney in virginia where the two are running mechanic -- neck and neck and president obama looking to rebuild the lead in iowa after the aggressive debate performance. polls suggest he had the edge but not by a wide margin. 37 percent of uncommitted voter whose watched say the president won and 30 percent pick the governor and a third called it a tie. it is a snap shop based on instant reaction to the debate and as you probably know opinion changes in the hours or days following. most everyone seems to agree both candidates come out aggressive. one of the most heated exchanges came after a question about the attack on the consulate in libya. >> the day after the attack, governor, i stood in the rose garden and i told the american people and the world we are going to find out exactly what happened. this was an act of terror. >> you said in the rose garden the day after the attack it was an act
a four-career low. that is all ahead unless breaking news changes everything. this is "studio b." first from fox at 3:00 in new york city the presidential candidates back in the same room tonight setting to attend an annual charity event in new york city where they will likely set politics aside and poke fun at themselves but today the ceasefire has not quite caught. >> the governor romney took another stand trying to sell us this $5 trillion tax cut that favors the wealthy. he took another swing at it. instead of telling us how he paid for it he said, i let you know after the election. >> have you noticed something? president obama is not telling you what his second term plan would be. he is not saying that he is offering anything new. all he is offering is four more years of the same. >>shepard: governor romney is shown to be ahead of governor romney 52 percent to 45 percent outside the margin of error and the biggest lead in the survey today. the average of all the polls show they are a point from each other, a dead heat. now, carl cameron, this is governor romney taking a break from
breaking news changes everything. this is "studio b." first from fox at 3:00 in new york city, no more nice guy. the day after both nominees traded jokes with the charity roast in new york it is back to tough rhetoric. it is the final lap. governor romney is set to join the running mate in florida tonight, v.p. nominee, paul ryan, is already in the sunshine state and going after the president on libya. he accused president obama of stonewalling over the attack on the consulate in benghazi. he said on a radio show and i quote, "his response has been inconsistent, misleading and for more than a month later we still have more questions than answers." the president himself accused romney campaign of using libya to score political points. president obama stuck to the domestic affairs at a rally today aimed at the female vote which helped push him to victory in 2008. >> the right to make your decision about your health. the right to be treated fairly and equally in the workplace. governor romney wants to take us policies more suited to the 1950s. >>shepard: governor romney is closing the gender g
. >> first of all, on behalf of the city of brookfield, our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims of this crime. >> reporter: three were killed, four injured. the ages were 32, 30, 40, and 22. still working on getting the identities of those women. they all had t undergo surgery r their injuries. also reports, harris, of the explosive device that was possibly there. the reason they thought that earlier is there was a small fire in the hallway, and a propane tank was found in there. now what we're learning this evening, not sure if it was left behind by the suspect or if it was just for routine maintenance. > >> harris: so many questions. it wasn't long ago that we were reporting on a different mass shooting in the state of wisconsin. >> reporter: in fact, those attempted by the sic sikh temple shooting, a 40-year-old killed six people and injured three others before fatally shooting himself just south of milwaukee. >> harris: anna kooiman, thank you very much. an update to a story we first brought you last night. the search for the man accused of gunning down a family near los ang
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